Start probing at the point where the lowest distance was displayed during the fine search. Ensure the probe is inserted perpendicular to the slope and at least as deep as the distance reading indicates.
If your first attempt doesn’t hit the victim, continue probing in a systematic pattern by gradually moving outward in a spiral or square pattern. Leave roughly 25 cm between each probe strike and keep going until you hit your target. Once you've made a probe strike, leave the probe in the snow to serve as a marker for the next phase of the companion rescue—shovelling.
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